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Cheaper Than Therapy
We all know that therapy is just an expensive way to dump out all the feelings and stories that are too embarrassing to share with the people in your life. Now, in Cheaper Than Therapy, you can journal about your childhood, your recurring dreams, and what your relationship was like with your parents.
Filled with 120 tongue-in-cheek prompts, thought-provoking quotes from the likes of Carl Jung, Rorschach inkblot tests, dream analysis, and word association tests straight out of a therapistâ€™s head, Cheaper Than Therapy is the best of therapy with none of the pointed looks and the not-so- therapeutic, â€œWhat do you think that means?â€ and â€œLetâ€™s explore that further.â€ Who needs a therapist when you have this brilliant (and much cheaper) journal?
About the Author
J.R.R Tolkien served in World War I before returning to his alma mater, Oxford, where he taught philology and medieval literature. Fascinated by language Tolkien invented his own Elvish which led into his own mythology. The Hobbit was first published in in 1937 followed by the trilogy The Lord of the Rings in 1954--55.
On A Shoestring
Journalist Samela Harris is a working mum with a healthy sense of the ridiculous. While raising her two sons, she attracted droves of hungry lads to generous spreads cooked on her shoestring budget. Along the way she learnt how to create a dinner party from two-minute noodles, how to trick the boys into eating and enjoying prunes, and how to make a meal from scraps while accidentally locked in the kitchen.
In On a Shoestring Samela serves up over 100 simple and tasty recipes while she entertains us with stories from her House of the Raising Sons. Brenda Maxwell's wicked illustrations make a delicious accompaniment.
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